(h) “principal display panel” means, with respect to packaging, the total surface area of the package on which the information required by these requirements is to be indicated, namely: An instrument shall be equipped with the regulatory measurement methods prescribed by the Director to attach pre-set components and controls, access or adjustment of which could affect the metrological characteristics of the instrument; is possible. Legal Metrology (Packaged Products) Rules 2011 (iii) Packages containing ten or more retail packages, provided that the retail packaging is labelled in accordance with the regulations. (c) any penalty, forfeiture or penalty imposed for violation of these provisions; or Published by notification New Delhi on 7 March 2011 (d) each package shall bear on it or on a label affixed to the declarations required by these Regulations.] (e) Stamping provisions – The dimensions shall have a copper rivet at each end (see Figure 20) firmly fixed in a hole embedded on both sides for the hallmark of the regulatory metrology agent. An arrowhead shall be placed at each end of the measurement to indicate the points for length control. (ii) on the basis of the evidence, take action in the event of a violation in accordance with the provisions of the Act and these Regulations. Tamil Nadu Legal Metrology Amendment Rules, 2011 (g) all other matters specified in these rules: (ii) legally relevant parameter. – Parameters of an instrument or measuring module subject to legal control. The following types of legally relevant parameters can be distinguished: type-specific parameters and device-specific parameters. (e) `maximum defect` means, in respect of the quantity contained in a single package, a defect in error which, subject to the provisions of this Regulation, does not exceed the limits laid down in the first Annex; The announcement by the Government of Tamil Nadu, published in the Official Gazette on 5 September 2018, announced changes to the rules of legal metrology (enforcement) of Tamil Nadu, 2011. The Government of Tamil Nadu made changes to the Legal (Enforcement) Metrology Rules of Tamil Nadu, 2011 on 3 July 2019.
(d) investigation, legal proceeding or remedy regarding the rights, privileges, obligations, responsibilities, penalties, forfeitures or penalties set forth above. The influencing factors shall be applied during the simulation tests in such a way that the weighing results for each weighing operation to which the instrument could be applied can be modified as follows:- (d) The entire surface of the weights, including their base and corners, shall be free from roughness and the surface of the masses shall not be porosity during visual inspection and shall be smooth as a mirror. The reference position of the device must be set to zero (not inclined). The device shall then be tilted lengthwise up to 2/1000 or to the limit value of the level indicator, whichever is higher. The zero display is noted. The test shall be repeated with a transverse slope. 2.2. The difference between the arm ratio and the unit for each standard equilibrium scale shall not be greater than the fraction equal to the sensitivity number divided by the full load (both are taken in the same unit). (c) The Corporation shall exercise due diligence in carrying out its intermediary duties under the Information Technology Act 2000 and shall also comply with such other directives as the Central Government may impose in this regard: (f) Sensitivity Adjustment Order – Class A radius scales shall be equipped with a sensitivity adjustment device, other class radius scales shall not be provided and shall be attached to the Adjustment of their sensitivity. (v) Data Storage. – Measurement data can be stored in an instrument memory (hard disk) or on an external memory for subsequent transmission of display print data, etc. In this case, the stored data must be adequately protected against intentional and unintentional changes during the transmission and/or storage operation and must contain all relevant information necessary for the reconstruction of a previous measurement.
(d) the Director, Controller or Legal Metrology Officer shall require the manufacturer or packer to inspect the packages contained in the lot in cents and to authorize the sale, distribution or delivery only of packages whose net quantity defect is less than the maximum permissible defect, and the other packages may be distributed or supplied by the manufacturer or packager; after repackaging or relabelling to comply with the provisions of the law and these rules.] [(b) the number of packages with a defect exceeding the maximum permissible defect exceeds the number specified in column 4 of the table to the fifth list, or 15 g, 25 g, 50 g, 60 g, 75 g, 100 g, 125 g, 150 g and then in multiples of 50 g. Compressed or liquefied gases (but not liquefied petroleum gases) (d) `producer` means, in relation to a packaged product, a person or undertaking that manufactures, manufactures or manufactures such a product, including a person or undertaking which affixes or causes to be affixed a marking to packaged goods which are not manufactured, manufactured or manufactured by it; and the sign asserts that the goods in the packaging are products manufactured, manufactured or manufactured by a person or company;. Provisions applicable to packages intended for retail sale Note: If an appliance is equipped with a device to temporarily display raw values during the operation of an automatic tare, the symbol “NET” disappears when the gross value is displayed. 25g, 50g, 60g, 75g, 100g, 120g, 150g, 200g, 250g, 300g, [350g, 400g] then in multiples from 100g to 1kg and then in multiples from 500g to 5kg. (ii) The value of the gradations shall be of the form 1 x 10n, 2 x 10n or 5 x 10n, when the exponent “n” is a positive or negative integer or zero. However, the value of the tick mark may not exceed:. (b) The names of weights between 10 kg and 500 g may also be indicated on the cylindrical body of the weight, provided that the numbers and letters of the symbol are larger than those used for their marking on the button. n > 8. If the test results show a trend greater than half of the permissible deviation specified above, carry out additional tests until the trend stops or reverses, or until the error exceeds the maximum permissible deviation. (iii) a sample of electronic equipment is presumed to comply with the requirements set out in points (i) and (ii) of paragraph 1 and point (ii) of paragraph 3 of this paragraph if it satisfies the tests referred to in paragraph 4 of this paragraph.